1040 Harley-Davidson Way
See below for COVID-19 hours, services, and protocols.
COVID-19 Update - Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Sturgis Public Library is open for limited hours and services.
Library Open to Public
Special hours for senior and immune-compromised patrons Monday - Saturday, 8:00-9:00 AM.
Monday-Thursday, 12:00-6:00 pm (30-minute limit for book browsing / 1-hour limit for computer use / safety protocols required)
Friday & Saturday, 12:00-3:00 pm (30-minute limit for book browsing / 1-hour limit for computer use / safety protocols required)
Monday-Saturday (call 347-2624)
Monday-Thursday 10:00-11:00 am (call 347-2624)
-Books must be returned in the book drop
- Newspapers are available upon request
-Mask & gloves required
-Social distancing of 6 feet
-No children under 14 years of age without an adult
-30-minute limit for books
-1-hour limit for computer use and study areas
-Self-serve copier available
-No public telephone
-No public restrooms
-No computer assistance
-If you are sick, please stay home
Please follow our Facebook page for the most current updates and special online programs.
We are also providing assistance with the Sturgis Good Deeds grocery service. If you are elderly or at high risk of infection, simply call the Library at 347-2624 Monday - Thursday 8:00 AM until 4:00 PM, Friday 8:00 AM until 1:00 PM to place an order for groceries and other essential supplies. A volunteer will shop for you and will deliver your items to your home. You may also request Library materials to be delivered with your grocery order.
The Sturgis Public Library was established in 1922.
Terry Hermann, President
Kristi Palmer, Vice President
Cathie Anderson, Treasurer
Lance Scherer, Meade County Representative
David Martinson, City Council Representative
Julie Moore Peterson, Board Secretary/Library Director
The Sturgis Public Library provides materials, information, programs, services, and access to technology contributing to the life-long learning and personal enrichment of community members.
The Sturgis Public Library strives to be an anchor in the community that empowers and engages individuals.
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